‪#‎floodreliefsrilanka‬ – We Did It!

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Recent flash floods and landslides in Sri Lanka, triggered by more than three days of heavy rain on around 17th May (some areas had about 300mm of rain falling within a 48-hour period ), have forced one million people from their homes. And ended up claiming more than 100 lives. 19th May I’ve started an […]

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Aftermath

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Now that the media hype has died down, so does the donations and aid. And sadly this flood soon will become just a memory and people will move on with their lives. But there are thousands of people still live in camps and people going back to their homes are facing the biggest hardship in their lives as for many of them “normal life” is nowhere near.
– Nadula

Total collection money now exceeds $1000

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Hi Dear Friends, You Guys Are an Awesome Bunch! We have passed another milestone today. Total collection money now exceeds $1000   Its a great feeling that I could open an opportunity for all my trusted friends and alike so you all can contribute to this great cause. I say Thank You from the bottom […]

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SL Government Emergency Contact Numbers

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Defence.lk Emergency numbers for people to contact, regarding any emergency situations due to the severe weather situation prevailing in the country. Army – 0112434251 / 0113818578 Navy – 0112445368 / 0112212230 / 0112212231 Air Force – 0112343970 / 0112343971 It is also informed to contact the nearest police station, Divisional Secretariat or Disaster Management Centre […]

I am Nadula Karunaratna

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I’m Nadula Karunaratna, IT professional now living in Melbourne. This Facebook page (fb.com/floodreliefsrilanka) and website (floodreliefsrilanka.info) is my individual attempt to help Sri Lanka in this difficult time. My social profiles fb.com/nadula au.linkedin.com/in/nadula

How You Can Help

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Sri Lanka has hit with one of the worst natural disasters. Flash floods and landslides in Sri Lanka, triggered by more than three days of heavy rain (some areas had about 300mm of rain falling within a 48-hour period ), have forced one million people from their homes. And 200 families still unaccounted for fearing buried […]